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#381874 - 08/19/12 06:51 PM Change from rubber feet to spikes? Best way?
fuzzyreets Offline

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Yes I'm a newbie and it's probably a dumb question but I dont' want to wreck my speakers. I have M60 v2's. Any help or guidance appreciated. Thanks.

#381875 - 08/19/12 06:58 PM Re: Change from rubber feet to spikes? Best way? [Re: fuzzyreets]
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Assuming you have the spikes....

Simply grab the rubber bit and lefty-loosey unscrew it by hand. They'll come off pretty easily. Then just screw in the spikes.
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#381900 - 08/20/12 01:15 PM Re: Change from rubber feet to spikes? Best way? [Re: fuzzyreets]
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Just swap them out.
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